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problems loging in Netware client

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I am facing problem loging into a Netware Server through a windows 2000 machine. I have installed the "Client Service for Netware" but I keep getting the error : Path not found.

Also I have kept the frame as Ethernet 802.3.

Please Advice.

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what client do you have?
when you install it should look out on the network and find the server itself.
i use 4.83 sp2
my net is 802.2 and it works fine
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